Astreya Book 1: The Voyage South


Read by Seymour Hamilton

(4.7 stars; 650 reviews)

When Astreya is 17, his widowed mother gives him his father's knife, riddling notebook and bracelet. Searching for the meaning of his strange inheritance he sails south into adventure: he endures storm at sea, betrayal, slavery, night escapes, false accusations and knife fights, but with the help of loyal friends he also begins to find love and the chance to discover his destiny.


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Prologue Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 1 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 2 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 3 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 4 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 5 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 6 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 7 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 8 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 9 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 10 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 11 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 12 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 13 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 14 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 15 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 16 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 17 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 18 Read by Seymour Hamilton

Reviews

Very good.


(5 stars)

I really enjoyed this story and are looking forward to start the next book. The author / narrator has one of the best voices I have ever listened to, and that is a great help because english is not my first language ( that is Danish ). I just love it.


(5 stars)

Really brilliant but too many unsolved injustices! Starting the next one immediately!

Captivating


(5 stars)

Mr Hamilton reads with passion. His voice this so soothing. The story is very captivating and you can't wait to find out what is in store for this young man. The story is told with a lot of visuals and you're able to place yourself there and feel empathy for the character. Very much looking forward to the second book.

you'll listen to all 3!


(4.5 stars)

Having listened to book 1, I couldn't wait for book 2. I've now listened to all 3, great story, well written & read. A few minor hiccups in the recording that in no way spoil or get in the way of the story. I would definitely like to hear Moree from this author great job!

Compelling story


(4 stars)

Story: 5 stars Reading: 4 stars Editing: 2 stars Author's reading was good, albeit inconsistent at times. The flow of the story was occasionally interrupted by the author re-reading a line (should've been edited out) and also by external sounds like scratching himself. But the story made up for it and left me wanting more.


(4.5 stars)

this is an odd book. it focuses on the mundane aspects of everyday life. The reader has a deliberate, monotonous tone. There are characters named Cam and Yam, and 2 named Ian. it has all the ingredients for a disaster of a book, but still somehow managed to be highly entertaining even though almost nothing happens

Not bad.


(3.5 stars)

Not really my style of genre, but so well done that I couldn't abandon the story. The ending is a cliffhanger, however, which bothers me greatly. I expect even the parts of a trilogy to be able to stand alone as novels. This one doesn't so has lost rating points.


(0 stars)

This is a decent first third of a book. This is the Beginning, i would imagine the second book is the Middle, and the third book is the END. Not the way i would define a trilogy, still seems like just one story split onto three parts. Anyway... I like ...